derStandard.at sits down with Miguel de Icaza to discuss Mono and Moonlight
at the GUADEC conference in Istanbul. de Icaza has lots to say about both projects, but also seems rather unhappy with the Mozilla folks: "And even the Mozilla guys - the keynote we had here was done on a mac, every single Mozilla developer uses a Mac. And it's funny, they constantly attack Silverlight, they constantly attack Flash and then all of them use proprietary operating systems, they don't seem to have a problem doing it. And then they had the Guiness record thing for Firefox 3 and you went to the website and it had a flash map to show where people are downloading - so there definitely is a double standard here. And that's after all their claiming that you can do everything in AJAX - so they definitely don't 'walk the walk'.
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